My cousin drove us from Frankfurt (after five days of wonderful hospitality) to Nuremberg to board our cruise ship. Before she dropped us off at the dock, we had lunch at Zum Guldenen Stern. What a restaurant! We were warmly greeted at the door by a smiling, dirndl-clad, very pretty waitress and seated at wooden trestle tables. It was lunchtime, so the dining room was full of local business people -- this is definitely not a tourist trap. We ordered what everybody else was having, those delicious little Wurstchen (known as "Nurembergers" in other parts of Germany) accompanied by perfectly piquant mustard, sauerkraut as good as our parents used to make (my mother came from Germany in 1954), and the best freshly-baked pretzel I've ever put in my mouth (and I do mean ever). If I'd had room in my stomach, I would have ordered this meal all over again. The history of this restaurant is also worthy of investigation -- they say it's been in operation continuously since the 1500's and items from the "olden days" decorate the walls. Plentiful parking is nearby. We simply loved this restaurant. Go there and enjoy yourself.
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